Guillaume Hamel graduated from the University of Montreal in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. He is a registered member of the Professional Order of Physiotherapy of Quebec, and of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Guillaume obtained a certificate in Sport Physiotherapy Canada in 2007. Since graduation, Guillaume has demonstrated strong interest in the field of sports medicine. He has participated as a member of medical teams in international, national and provincial athletic events. Acting as the head therapist for the Montreal Impact from 2005 to 2008, he travelled around the world with the team to: Italy, Portugal, Honduras, Mexico, etc. Guillaume Montreal Impact He was part of the medical team during the team's first performance in the CONCACAF tournament. Guillaume was also on the medical team for the University of Montreal Men's Soccer Team for three years during his studies. He now spends his energy and time working with sports associations from the West Island community of Montreal. He is in charge of multiple associations, including the cheerleading club "Flyers All-Starz", a team with whom he’s travelled with to Orlando since 2011. In 2007, he became Vice-President of Operations at Action Sport Physio, where he was named employee of the year two years in a row by his coworkers in 2010 and 2011, until his departure in 2012. In October 2012, he co-founded Physiomentum Sports Medicine Center Inc. and has begun his own practice. He’s already established contracts with numerous sports associations, including the prominent Canadian Soccer Association. Guillaume continues to develop his knowledge in various areas of Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine. To remain current with new techniques, he continues to take courses in Manual Therapy, Sports First Responder, McKenzie, Mulligan, Sport Massage, Neural Mobility, and Taping. He is certified in peripheal and vertebral manipulations and dry needling. He enjoys sharing his knowledge with clients and other physiotherapists through his conference appearances. Given his vast experience, he’s often in charge of physiotherapy interns from various universities.
Thomas Lucas is a Physiotherapist and member of the “Ordre Professionnel de la Physiotherapie du Québec”. He graduated from McGill University in 2011 with a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy. Since, Tom has found his niche in the private sector, and has instinctively begun to establish his specialty in themanagement and rehabilitation of sports injuries. Tom has spent his life in and around sports, most notably soccer where he won two National Championships as team captain for the Lac-St-Louis Lakers. More recently, he competed with the McGill Redmen during his 5 years at McGill, 4 of those as team captain. During his soccer career, he also competed with the “Centre National de Haut Performance” (CNHP) and provincial teams. Tom also has a love for the game of Basketball, and competed as an under-age player for the U-17 provincial team before calling it quits to pursue soccer more intensely. He uses his experiences as an elite athlete to better help his injured athletes return to play in the best possible state. As a young, motivated and open-minded professional, Tom is always looking to improve his professional capacities. He is currently pursuing his Manipulative Therapy levels, and obtained his Dimploma in Sports Physiotherapy in 2016. As an evidence-based practitioner, he hopes to one day contribute significant research to the profession of Physiotherapy. Today he is owner and vice-president of his own company: Physiomentum Sports Medicine Centre Inc. through which he has participated in the coverage of many sporting events such as the 2013 Francophone Games with the Canadian Soccer Association, as well as the Cheerleading World Championships in Orlando. On a personal level, Tom enjoys travelling to new places with his wife Kyla. In his spare time Tom likes to run, ride his fixed-gear bike, play sports, and walk his dog. Aside from being active Tom is a food fanatic, and loves to cook while he listens to his record collection.
Julie Sacerwiez completed her master’s degree in physiotherapy at Sherbrooke University in 2016. She currently belongs to l’Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ), and is a member of “l’Association Québécoise de la Physiothérapie (AQP)” and the orthopaedic division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA). Since graduating, Julie has practiced as a member of the team at Physiomentum Sports Medicine Center. Throughout her training, Julie has shown particular interest in sports physiotherapy. She has been involved with various sporting events as part of the medical team including the Bromont Ultramarathon, the Montreal Esprit Triathlon, as well as football and track & field events. Having accumulated many hours of on-field management, Julie enjoys working with athletes and the opportunity to use her knowledge and skills in facilitating a safe and speedy return to play. Julie continues to develop her professional skills as she pursues her manual therapy levels, sports physiotherapy certificate, as well as courses in Mulligan and McKenzie techniques. She has also completed complementary courses in sports physio and rehabilitation through her university studies, and became a certified sports first responder in March 2015. Outside of work life, Julie stays active and has a keenness for the outdoors. She especially enjoys rock climbing, downhill skiing, cycling, tennis, and soccer.
Jeremy Rosenberg completed his master’s degree in Physiotherapy at Mcgill University in 2016. He is a registered member of the Professional Order of Physiotherapy of Quebec (OPPQ). During his time at Mcgill, Jeremy’s passion for sports led him to become a team therapist for the Mcgill Track and Field team and develop his skills with various athletes. Jeremy has a keen interest in furthering his abilities to treat sports’ injuries as well as taking care of patients with many different injuries. Jeremy is looking forward to starting courses to become a sports first responder, continuing to pursue his manual therapy levels as well as courses in Mckenzie and Muscle Energy Techniques. In 2016 Jeremy became certified in peripheral manipulation. Outside of work Jeremy spends a lot of time in arenas, playing and coaching hockey in the winter, and at baseball parks playing baseball and softball in the summer.
Wendy Yu graduated from McGill University in 2014 with a master’s degree in Physical Therapy and is a member of the Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ). Wendy has experience with a diverse clientele of all ages and cultures in the fields of orthopaedics, running and concussion rehabilitation. She is certified to treat low back, neck and thoracic injuries using the McKenzie method, and is working towards a McKenzie certification. She is also certified in using the Mulligan technique for injuries to the extremities, with particular emphasis upon the shoulder joint. In conjunction, she incorporates manual therapy, myofascial release and structural myofascial therapy in all her treatments. Wendy is also certified in the prevention and management of acute concussions and post-concussion syndrome. Through a thorough concussion management protocol, she is able to promote a safe return to sports, work and school. Sports-wise, Wendy is specialized in doing running assessments and treating all running-related injuries. She also treats dance injuries, and has been working in collaboration with Sheila Parkins School of Dance to minimize injuries during competition season. Wendy is a firm believer that regular physical activity, a balanced diet and a relaxed state of mind are three main ingredients to healthy living. Through physiotherapy, she can help any individual return to meaningful activities, work or sports. In her spare time, Wendy likes to do high-intensity interval training (HIIT), running, reading and writing. She also likes to attend conferences on musculoskeletal conditions and running to further her knowledge in these areas and thus become a better practitioner. She is passionate about physiotherapy and will make sure you can return to activities that inspire the same passion in you!
Dr. Burman is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at McGill University and Orthopedic Surgeon at the McGill University Health Center (MUHC) in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He is the Clinical Director of the MUHC Orthopedic Sports Medicine Group and Director of the McGill Orthopedic Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy Fellowship Program. He is a graduate of the McGill University Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program, and received further Subspecialty Fellowship Training in the areas of Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy & Shoulder Surgery at McGill University, University of Oklahoma & University of Toronto. Dr. Burman currently serves as Team Physician and Head Orthopedic Surgeon for the Montreal Impact FC, as well Team Physician and Orthopedic Surgeon for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League, and McGill University Athletics.
Dr. Ostiguy is a family physician specializing in sports medicine. She earned her medical degree from Laval University, where she also completed her family medicine residency in 2014. She then completed a Fellowship in Sports Medicine at McGill University, where she was involved in the medical staff of professional, varsity and college teams. She obtained her Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM) diploma in 2015. Among her numerous commitments, she is currently the team doctor of Concordia varsity men's hockey team and a physician at the Institut National du Sport du Québec (INSQ).
Danny has been working as a renowned certified orthotist for 11 years. Co-founder of Equilibrum with François St-Onge, his competence in the field is beyond question. He currently works in his own clinics in Saint-Eustache, Laval and Mont-Laurier, but comes to Physiomentum every week or two. Being a mountain biking and snowboarding enthusiast, Danny is a man who loves taking up challenges. He is constantly looking for the best product for each of his clients and can answer to all your questions. His conscientiousness is essential when your health is the matter.
Graduate of Lille University and l’Institut franco-britannique d’osthéopathie, Paris, France, he has been a pioneer, opening the first independent osteopathy clinic in the north of France. Afterwards, he specialised in equine osteopathy, IFOREC, Manosque, France, being the only equine osteopath to work within the NRHA (National Reining Horse Association) in the United States as a private consultant for riders and horses of international level and also in Canada for dressage, obstacle jumping and for the Cavalia show. Christophe's experience and dedication to his clients has acquired him an undisputable reputation for many elite athletes of different sports, allowing him to travel around the world to all the competition sites. He recently returned from Australia, where he worked with Team Dillon Coaching, a group of elite tri-athletes trained by Michelle Dillon. Very much in demand with several athletes in different disciplines, as well as with many amateur sports enthusiasts, Christophe is often consulted to help them improve their performance. This enriching experience makes him an undisputed reference in postural biomechanics, which he makes his specialty. His strength is to give you all the necessary tools to improve and maintain your health. The understanding of your symptoms will allow a quick and lasting improvement of your well-being.